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"Michael, how do you know the tester would not start out with Ring 3, take a reading…"

Colin Genge replied on Friday to Which reading is more reliable on a Minneapolis Duct Blaster?

18 on Friday
Reply by Michael Dunseith

"Some of the responses provide useful information but others ignore the fact that his…"

Colin Genge replied Aug 11 to Which reading is more reliable on a Minneapolis Duct Blaster?

18 on Friday
Reply by Michael Dunseith

"Actually engineering the flow would make sense. Maybe they need to attach the hood t…"

Colin Genge replied Apr 13 to CAZ Depressurization: NOT a Big Deal?

19 Apr 21
Reply by Glen Gallo

"Even when gas stoves DO have exhaust fans they capture a small % of the combustion p…"

Colin Genge replied Apr 7 to CAZ Depressurization: NOT a Big Deal?

19 Apr 21
Reply by Glen Gallo

"on a related note, Exhaust fans flow into a duct that offers 25 Pa of resistance say…"

Colin Genge replied Dec 20, 2013 to CAZ Depressurization: NOT a Big Deal?

19 Apr 21
Reply by Glen Gallo

"This duct system should be tight enough that it should not matter where you test it…"

Colin Genge replied Jan 3, 2013 to Duct Testing High Velocity Systems

2 Jan 10, 2013
Reply by Paul Morin

"If the cavities are that tight that their pressures don't move in step with the hous…"

Colin Genge replied Sep 5, 2012 to What is the value of using a pressure pan to test outlets?

18 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Colin Genge

"If you don't have an Exhaust Fan Flow Meter, you could simply use a shoe box, cut a…"

Colin Genge replied Aug 30, 2012 to What is the value of using a pressure pan to test outlets?

18 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Colin Genge

"flow is equal to the square root of the pressure drop. Square root of 49 is 7 and sq…"

Colin Genge replied Aug 22, 2012 to What is the value of using a pressure pan to test outlets?

18 Sep 5, 2012
Reply by Colin Genge

"Duct leaks are never "minor".  I see no reason whey they are not essentially air tig…"

Colin Genge replied Aug 20, 2012 to Any thoughts on the Aeroseal product?

15 Aug 23, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

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